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Tote Bag - Deep Roots of Democracy

Tote Bag - Deep Roots of Democracy

The Hiawatha Wampum Belt (shown above) symbolizes the peaceful unification of five formerly-warring nations – the Seneca, Cayuga, Onondaga, Oneida and Mohawk – into the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) Confederacy over a...
$20.00

Book - Thanksgiving Address

Greetings to the Natural World Haudenosaunee (Six Nations or Iroquois) Illustrations by Kahionhes, Turtle Clan/Mohawk These words are spoken before and after all ceremonial and governmental gatherings. The belief is...
$8.00
Poster - Three Sisters

Poster - Three Sisters

Three sisters agriculture is a traditional model utilized by the Haudenosaunee and other Indigenous Peoples of the western hemisphere. It involves planting corn, pole beans and winter squash in a...
$10.00
Book - Sacred Song of the Hermit Thrush: A Mohawk Story

Book - Sacred Song of the Hermit Thrush: A Mohawk Story

K048BP Sacred Song of the Hermit Thrush: A Mohawk Story Words Tehanetorens, Art: David Kanietakeron Fadden $14.95 Long ago, when the Birds had no songs, only humans could sing. The...
$14.95

Notecard - Turtle Island

Art: Mark Lewis Wagner © 1994 The Haudenosaunee and other North American Indigenous people call the North American continent Turtle Island. Royalties donated to the Onondaga Nation.
$3.00
Poster - Every Child Matters

Poster - Every Child Matters

More people are awakening to the historical horrors of “Indian Boarding Schools,” one part of the centuries-long effort to eliminate the original peoples of this land. The discoveries of mass...
$10.00
Poster - Turtle Island

Poster - Turtle Island

Art: Mark Lewis Wagner © 1994 The Haudenosaunee and other North American Indigenous people call the North American continent Turtle Island. Royalties donated to the Onondaga Nation.
$12.00
Poster - Homeland Security
Button - Defend Indigenous Sovereignty
Button - Celebrate Diversity Replace Columbus

Poster - Tadadaho: Circa Ninth Century AD

Oren Lyons ©1976 Printed on archival quality, acid-free paper The epic story of the founding of the Haudenosaunee and the Great Law of Peace requires days to recount. The five...
$150.00

Poster - Wolf Robe (Ho'néhevotoomáhe)

A chief of the Southern Cheyenne, Wolf Robe (~1840-1910) played a key transitional role in managing peaceful relations to allow the survival of his people. Oren Lyons ©1976, printed on...
$150.00
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